Idaho Man Accused of Letting Dog Attack Bar Patrons

December 4, 2008

Bannock County, Idaho Sheriff’s deputies say a Lava Hot Springs man allowed his pit bull to attack patrons of a local bar.

Bradley Maxwell, 34, has been charged with disturbing the peace, resisting and obstructing, driving without privileges, drunken driving, assault on an officer, failure to display proof of insurance and eluding police. All the charges are misdemeanors.

The Bannock County Sheriff’s office says patrons at the Blue Moon Bar in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, reported they escorted Maxwell from the bar after his pit bull attacked them. Law enforcement officers arrested Maxwell a short time later.

Sheriff’s officials said no one was seriously injured by the dog.

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